The Sachsen Wasser was commissioned by GIZ Peru to draw up a list of services as well as the corresponding tender documents for the operation and maintenance of two sewage treatment plants and a waterworks for the SEDAPAR in Arequipa. The three ToRs were developed within the legal national framework and consist of three components: (i) description of the necessary tasks for operation and maintenance, (ii) integration of a training component to strengthen local capacities, and (iii) creation of a price escalation clause and a reference value (Project value: 74.900 Euro, Project duration: 4 months)...
Sachsen Wasser GmbH of Leipzig has been contracted to develop and implement a Capacity Building Programme for Water Loss Reduction in Zimbabwe, for up to 150 Trainees from various Local Water Authorities throughout the country. The Project is funded by the German Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and consists of three major training sessions spanning several weeks. The contract volume amounts to roughly 150,000 Euro, and overall project running time is 5 months...
As a consortial partner, Sachsen Wasser contributes to a GIZ-funded programme in the Afghan water sector that focuses on training water operators from a number of utilities at two locations (in Kabul and Mazar).
The Wastewater Association of Grammetal contracted Sachsen Wasser on 1th of January 2017 to perform the O&M services related to the wastewater facilities of its disposal area. The contract was agreed for 10 years.
Sachsen Wasser has been contracted as Independent Technical Auditor for the first five years of a major Lease Contract covering the water and wastewater infrastructure within most of the Armenian territory.
In the previous phase, in terms of institutional development, the water company of Khorog (owned by the KMK) has developed an MIS and increased its institutional capacity and capacity to procure goods and services in line with international standards.
Sachsen Wasser was hired by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to perform a detailed resource efficiency assessment of Georgia Water and Power (GWP), a major water utility company and producer of hydroelectric power based in Tbilisi.
Sachsen Wasser continues to work closely with the regional water company Radoniqi in Gjakova with the aim to further im-prove the operational and financial performance of the company and to prepare it for properly operating the new assets from the parallel investment programme, including a central WWTP.
Sachsen Wasser with their international and local partners have been awarded an Accompanying Measures Project funded by KfW and SECO on behalf of the regional water company Hidrodrini in Peja in Western Kosovo.